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BEEVEE
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RE: Ford factory special 2020/02/09 15:32:42 (permalink)
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Many thanks Terry. ....  Much appreciated
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RE: Ford factory special 2020/02/18 17:25:29 (permalink)
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Quick question to Special owners, does your car have the metal strip and rubber seal along the bonnet slam panel?  Mine has holes for it (like my 3000E does-which is pre Facelift, and my RS had one which obviously is facelift), only just noticed it

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RE: Ford factory special 2020/02/21 14:46:53 (permalink)
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Mine hasnt got it and no sign it was ever there
 
Does anyone know if the 2 Steering Racks are interchangeable (Burman v TRW) ?

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RE: Ford factory special 2020/02/26 10:24:27 (permalink)
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Bernie as far as I am aware they both fit though parts from each can't be interchanged from either rack.
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RE: Ford factory special 2020/02/26 10:59:24 (permalink)
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Thanks Wiggy
 

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Re: Ford factory special 2021/01/29 15:38:50 (permalink)
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Hi all the V6 D Port motor I have has engine number V822222P with numbers 9A25 does anyone know where it would have come from? Doesn't match English or Australian engine numbers. Keith

Keith, just browsing around this forum and came across your post above on July 05, 2015. The numbers 9A25 are the date the engine was built, in reverse order, this is a Ford universal coding system used worldwide. The 9 = 1979 (the last digit of the year), the A = January and the 25 is the day the engine was completed in the factory. Now, I'm guessing that this engine is an Essex V6 built at Port Elizabeth in South Africa because they were still building and using these engines in a few different Ford cars in South Africa up to the early 1980s from what I know.
post edited by FoxyCapri - 2021/01/29 16:10:52

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